Bigamy Drama : The witch of Edmonton / Thomas Dekker, John Ford and William Rowley for Prince Charles's Men at the cockpit and Whitehall ; revived by Queen Henrietta Maria's Men at the cockpit ; edited by Lucy Munro.; Dekker, Thomas,
Bigamy Early Works To 1800 : A true account of the tryal of Mrs. Mary Carlton, at the sessions in the Old-Bayly, Thursday the 4th of June, 1663 : She being indicted by the name of Mary Mauders alias Stedman. Published for her vindication, at her own request.
Bigg John 1691 : A sermon preached at the funeral of Mr. John Bigg : to which is added another sermon upon the same subject : also a narrative of Mr. Bigg's conversion, &c. / by R. Davis ...; Davis, Richard,
Biggrave Richard 1658 : The Most sad and lamentable narration of the death of Michaell Berkly, esquire, lately of Grayes-Inne, a most eminent schollar and traveller, and master of a large estate, who on Thursday May the 6, in the 63 year of his age, was drowned in the duckingpond neer Islington, about ten of the clock in the morning : as also, the most deplorable account of Richard Biggrave, coachmaker, who ... did on that day & much about the same time hang himself at his house in Cow-lane : together with a true and sad relation of a woman who did cut her throat in Holborn & of two more who ... did hang themselves in Westminster.
Biggs John 1680 : The confession and execution of the five prisoners that suffered at Tyburn, on Friday the 4th of June, 1680. : Viz. Thomas Newell, John Biggs, [bracket] both guilty of burglary, and also of breaking prison lately out of Newgate. John Eakins, one of the same crew for burglary. George D. a marshals man, for murdering a child. And Richard Spykeman, for burglary. : With an account of their behaviour after condemnation, and at the place of execution.
Bigler Henry William 1815 1900 : Bigler's chronicle of the West : the conquest of California, discovery of gold, and Mormon settlement, as reflected in Henry William Bigler's diaries / by Erwin G. Gudde.; Gudde, Erwin Gustav.